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This Summer, Particle Physicists Will Prioritize Projects for the Field’s Future
The P5 panel is gathering information that will shape its recommendations.
Controlling a Zombie Outbreak — and Beyond
A modified epidemiology model highlights the role of medical treatment in countering the spread of infections.
Get Ready for the APS April Meeting 2023
In Minneapolis or online, physicists can connect over the latest discoveries, “from quarks to cosmos.”
Opinion: Biological Physics Comes of Age
Once an awkward confrontation between disciplines, biological physics is having its moment — and showing that life is not just a mess.
APS Members Advocate for Science on Capitol Hill
Congressional Visits Day 2023
Congress Picks New Leaders for Key Science Committees
Republicans, now in control of the House, reshuffle committee heads.
Letter to the Editor
Acknowledging the limits and achievements of science.
This Month in Physics History
April 1986: Bednorz and Müller Trigger Avalanche of High-Temperature Superconductivity Research
To Manage Future Risks of Emerging Technologies, Train Physicists in Ethical Decision-Making Now
Panelists and audience members at the APS Annual Leadership Meeting made the case for adding lessons on ethics in technology to physics programs.
What the James Webb Space Telescope Can Teach Scientists About Engaging the Public
At the APS Annual Leadership Meeting, Matt Mountain, JWST scientist, shared lessons on how to pull the public into science.
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